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catamaran wharram tiki
The gaff was probably a bit to tight.... this is why you have some "wrinkles" in the main.
Hmmm this has really made me re think my tiki 30 project, it looks like such hard going , am i right in thinking the conditions are around 15 knots ,ie only just whitecaps forming , the excessive hobbyhorsing looks bad can anything be done about this , the outboard motor bucking around ,right next to the helm position , please comment if you sail one of these , i would like to know before i start building ,which i am just about to do .I am in western australia were we have consistently strong onshore winds and a pretty rugged coastline
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